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exam 1 study guide - BIOC 460 Exam 1 Study Guide NOTE A...

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BIOC 460 – Exam 1 - Study Guide NOTE: A SIMPLE SCIENTIFIC calculator capable of dealing with logarithms (base 10 and natural logarithms, ln, base e) will be required for Exam 1, so be sure to bring one. NO PROGRAMMABLE OR GRAPHING CALCULATORS, AND NO SHARING OF CALCULATORS, WILL BE PERMITTED. 1. Concentrate on the material covered in lecture. Use the learning objectives on the lecture notes to focus on important principles, with any additional notes you added in class. Use the textbook to enhance your understanding of the concepts covered in class or in the posted notes -- reading another explanation will often help you understand a concept better, with more overall context. 2. The learning objectives are intended to be helpful, but in the end, any concepts covered in class are presumed to be important, so don't limit your studying entirely to the learning objectives. 3. If a topic was not discussed in lecture it will not be on the exam.
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